St Patrick's Day Boozy Ice Cream - 4 Pints

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with the only Boozy Ice Cream Party around!

Founded by Melissa Tavss, Tipsy Scoop is New York City’s (and perhaps even the world’s) first boozy ice cream spot. Inspired by classic and contemporary cocktails, these ice creams are ready to be devoured straight from the pint, scooped into a sundae or blended into a malt-ini milkshake. Tipsy Scoop’s intoxicating ice creams are not merely flavored with liquor, but in fact contain up to 5% alcohol by volume—helping you to get a buzz with your brain freeze.

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Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with the only Boozy Ice Cream Party around!

Founded by Melissa Tavss, Tipsy Scoop is New York City’s (and perhaps even the world’s) first boozy ice cream spot. Inspired by classic and contemporary cocktails, these ice creams are ready to be devoured straight from the pint, scooped into a sundae or blended into a malt-ini milkshake. Tipsy Scoop’s intoxicating ice creams are not merely flavored with liquor, but in fact contain up to 5% alcohol by volume—helping you to get a buzz with your brain freeze.

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Each package includes 4 Pints of boozy ice cream

Flavors include

  • Chocolate Stout & Pretzel – Chocolate ice cream made with salty pretzels and infused with Brooklyn Brewery Chocolate Stout
  • Spiked Mint Chip – Mint chocolate ice cream infused with creme de menthe and chocolate liqueur
  • Irish Coffee – Coffee ice cream spiked with Irish Whiskey and coffee Liqueur
  • Dark Chocolate Whiskey – Dark chocolate ice cream with salted caramel infused with whiskey

Use And Care

Ice cream pints are carefully packed in an insulated shipping box with enough dry ice to keep the contents perfectly frozen. Don’t worry, it’s colder inside that box than it is in your freezer. Upon receipt, please place your pints in your freezer to store.

If you are looking to serve your pints right away but they arrive rock hard, simply place them on a counter or table top and let them rest for 10 minutes or until you can just slightly squeeze the pints.